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Die Rhetorische Funktion Der Fastenwarnung Mk 2,20

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Since it is an object of the elementary propositional logic to determine the truth conditions of complex sentences, the logical constants contain, it is the task of philosophical logic of time to analyze those Synse-Mantika describing temporal relationships, it is by temporal Relativa, restore order between events. The fact that the argument of a drawn Chreia is present (as a genuine Hellenistic genus), shows the programmatic conclusion Mk 2,22d: the elliptical formulation without a verb is indicative of a conclusio, demonstrating this feature. This is not only the conclusio, given the premise of incompatibility, which established 2.19, but as a reaffirmation of Mk 1.27 at the same time, the reference to the book concept itself as a definitive teaching. The original text of the chapter is in German.

Keywords: Synse-Mantika; Chreia; philosophical logic; conclusio

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